In this study on human behavior, we see that 140 characters is more than enough to be a huge jerk.
A former game designer has harnessed his skills to create a site that allows anyone with even a grain of imagination to create their own fantastic, customized science fiction posters from scratch.
Being told not to use the Internet for personal use can lead to poor performance and wasted resources.
The U.S. government reportedly wanted to build a "Super Wi-Fi" network, but that report is now in question. Update within.
Updated, interactive map shows world's submarine data cables
Break out your lucky D20s, your Cool Ranch Doritos, your three wolf moon shirt, and a two liter of Mountain Dew: the D&D archive is now online.
Most in-flight wireless Internet only works when your plane is over land, but United is introducing a new system that works over oceans.
Television is one place where the forward motion of technology is consistently evident. Unfortunately, this doesn't mean all of that forward motion is always useful. Smart TVs, which connect to the Internet and come with a litany of various applications, are one place that things aren't quite panning out. Turns out, people don't want Facebook and other apps on their TVs.
Sometimes, when it comes to technology, it feels like there's no advancement unless something mind-blowingly new and complex is involved. Uniqueness holds a high value in this field, but sometimes the oldest, simplest ideas can be the most effective. Take PlicPad, for example. It's just a notebook.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has spoken about the company's fiber broadband business at The New York Times Dealbook Conference. He insists that it is, in fact, a business, not "just an experiment." He went on to note that the company is simply attempting to decide where to go next.